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Shankar Iyer, Sridhara Lanka: Method and apparatus for determining latency between multiple servers and a client. Akamai Technologies, Hickman Palermo Truong & Becker, Kirk D Wong, June 6, 2006: US07058706 (220 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for determining latency between multiple servers and a client receives requests for content server addresses from local domain names servers (LDNS). POPs that can serve the content are determined and sent latency metric requests. The content server receives the request for lat ...


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Rajeev Atluri, Srin Kumar, Sridhara Lanka, Jayesh Shah, Satish Kumar: Sequencing technique to account for a clock error in a backup system. Inmage Systems, Raj Abhyanker P C, September 27, 2011: US08028194 (3 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus, and system of a sequencing technique to account for a clock error in a storage area network are disclosed. In one embodiment, a system of a backup server includes a processing module to examine a data timestamped with a sequence of characters denoting a time according to a clock ...


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Dhrubajyoti Borthakur, Sridhara Lanka: Method and apparatus to support multi-node direct write access to a file managed by a single node file system. Symantec Operating Corporation, Campbell Stephenson, April 20, 2010: US07702634

Disclosed is a method and apparatus for supporting direct write access from many nodes of a multi-mode network to a file managed by a single node file system. The network includes first and second nodes coupled to each other via a first communication link, and a peripheral data storage device couple ...


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Rajeev ATLURI, Srin KUMAR, Sridhara LANKA, Jayesh SHAH, Satish KUMAR: Sequencing technique to account for a clock error in a backup system. Raj Abhyanker, January 28, 2010: US20100023797-A1

A method, apparatus, and system of a sequencing technique to account for a clock error in a storage area network are disclosed. In one embodiment, a system of a backup server includes a processing module to examine a data timestamped with a sequence of characters denoting a time according to a clock ...